Statement of the Georgian Foreign Minister

Published in Politics
Wednesday, 28 September 2016 10:50

On behalf of the Government of Georgia, I strongly condemn any statement aimed at instigating confrontation between the nations and states.  Being a strategic partner of Georgia, Turkey has been upholding and strongly protecting Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity since the day of restoration of its independence. Relations between the two countries are based upon the principles of mutual respect and good neighborliness and there is no sign whatsoever that these relations are under threat.
We call upon the Central Election Commission of Georgia to study every statement that may contradict the Georgian laws and take immediate action thereon.

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